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Support for pulling Data Source credentials from HashiCorp Vault password stores (and other cloud native password vaults)
We have requirements driven by IT to standardize on storing passwords for applications in HashiCorp Vault, a centralized password store that enables fine-grained access to the credentials. Today, we have to create crude integration scripts to main...
Allow Users to Modify Data Sources, but Not Create New Ones
We have permissions and capabilities configured so that users are able to change their own signon passwords and refresh their own schemas. This supports us significantly in our efforts to allow self service for our users. The users with this abili...
Should be possible to schedule dataset refresh, reports etc using smartcard login together with Kerberos constrained delegation
Users are using smartcard login to CA. This means no username and pwd are stored in AD. Currently scheduling in CA requires saved credentials (username/pwd). On top of that the system is configured with kerberos constrained delegation. A solution ...
Does the development team for Cognos Analytics for Mobile have anything on the app’s roadmap to add support for Intune app protection policies? According to the developer guidance on github, it would require the mobile app developer to make use of...
Enable kerberos/certificate authentication for Cognos content store in z/OS DB2
When building Cognos content store in z/OS DB2, we need to provide id/password on Cognos configuration portal for DB2 connections. We don't have known password for most IDs in z/OS due to security policy and most DB2 applications have supported Ke...
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